Our postgraduate options provide an opportunity to gain a deep understanding of legal concepts and pursue specialist studies in an area of law you are passionate about.
Our programs cater to both law and non-law graduates, and we have coursework and research masters options available depending on your area of interest. For those who want to advance their knowledge in a particular area or want to trial postgraduate study, it is possible to enrol in single courses on a non-award basis.
Current students can apply for an internal transfer. Drop into our ABLE Student Support Hub team or book an appointment with a Student Success Adviser for more details.
Master of Laws 'Access to Justice' stream
In partnership with international law firm LK, the University of Adelaide Master of Laws Access to Justice is the first of its kind in Australia; a Masters qualification that gives you the opportunity to give back to the community and contribute to greater social justice while you study.
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GDLP)
Delivered in partnership with the Law Society of South Australia, the GDLP is designed and taught by South Australian judges, barristers and solicitors to ensure you have practical skills needed to practice Australian Law.
Master of Laws
Our Master of Laws is suited to law graduates students as well as experienced legal practitioners looking to specialise.
Professional Certificate in Arbitration
A unique, targeted degree that sets you up for success in domestic commercial arbitration.
Master of Business Law
Our postgraduate Business Law programs provide an overview of legal issues within a contemporary business context. This program is also available as a Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate.
Higher degrees by research
Determined to have an impact through researching key legal issues that will affect our future?
We offer research degrees at both the masters and doctorate levels: the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and the Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD). Our HDR programs give you the opportunity to work under the supervision of experienced academic staff from within the University of Adelaide, around Australia, and internationally to lead innovative research that will shape the future of legal practice.
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